DESIGNED TO PREPARE PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS TO WORK ACROSS BOUNDARIES IN THEATRE, MUSIC AND DANCE
This intensive is for participants who have completed the 1st Intensive and at least one year of integrative study.
Each person on the course will lead one or more approved sessions focusing on new and integrative work. Guest Faculty will present master classes on July 15.
QUESTIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
$500 due by March 1, balance of $650 due by May 1, 2017
No tuition refund after May 15, 2017
Joan Melton, PhD, ADVS, is a pioneer in the integration of singing techniques and voice/movement training for the actor. A leading researcher in cross-disciplinary performance techniques, she is the author of three groundbreaking textbooks, Dancing with Voice: A Collaborative Journey across Disciplines (Voice Theatre Solutions 2015), One Voice: Integrating Singing and Theatre Voice Techniques, with Kenneth Tom, PhD (2nd ed., Waveland 2012), and Singing in Musical Theatre: The Training of Singers and Actors (Allworth 2007). Joan has worked as a performer, composer, voice coach and/or music director on productions in virtually all media and teaches on the new Musical Theatre program at the Manhattan School of Music, NYC. She has taught at leading centers of drama and music in the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, and NZ, and currently heads research projects in the US and Australia. www.joanmelton.com
Jennie Morton BSc (Hons) Osteopathy, MS Psychology, began her career as a ballet dancer before moving into musical theatre, film, and television. She is now an Osteopath specializing in the treatment of performing artists, and a performance coach for dancers, musicians, and professional voice users. She was on the creative team for the MSc Performing Arts Medicine at University College, London, where she is an Honorary Lecturer. She provides lectures and workshops internationally for performers, students, teachers, and medical professionals on healthy practice for performing artists, and is on the Board of Directors for the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA). She is adjunct faculty at Chapman University, College of Performing Arts, and has clinics in West Hollywood and Burbank, CA. Jennie has published many articles on performing arts healthcare, and is author of The Authentic Performer: Wearing A Mask and the Effect On Health (Compton 2015). www.healthyperformers.com